Social Distancing …. An oxymoron if I ever heard one. As human beings, we were not created to act naturally to such a directive. It’s why we instinctively high five every willing fan within our reach after a touchdown, home run and / or goal. This action is the very essence of buying a round at your favorite local sports establishment while gathering with friends, family and of course strangers. This has been a rough time for all of us. However, WE must remember that the grea
"Four Days in October." If you want to go back to the Greatest Comeback in Sports History, this is your ticket. There's no narration. It's told through the eyes of the 2004 Red Sox, as it should be. We all know Kevin Millar set the tone for overcoming that 3-0 deficit to the Yankees. Not with his Game 4, ninth-inning walk. But by telling Boston Globe writer Dan Shaughnessy that the Sox were going to come back after the longtime columnist had referred to the Sox as "frauds." "
For the second year in a row the New York Giants found themselves drafting in the top five after a dismal 4-12 season. Certainly there are a plethora of reasons why this storied franchise continues to miss the playoffs, but I will only briefly discuss the offense and defense. The offensive unit has promise: QB Daniel Jones had flashes of brilliance and Saquan Barkley has proven he is a top tier running back. The receiving corps is solid (when healthy). The MAJOR problem is th
The NFL Draft was the first sense of normalcy in a Patriots offseason that has been anything but. There was something refreshing about Bill Belichick doing Bill Belichick things. Bill traded out of the first round, #23 overall, to pick up a second and a third rounder. This was fairly predictable unless you believed the pundits who lauded for months that “they could see the Patriots taking a quarterback at 23.” Keep in mind these were the same pundits who were flabbergasted (g